MYRTLE CREEK — Steve Hall was riding off into a ranching career in Wyoming when he got a call to return home. The young man’s father, Bertram “Bob” Hall, had been diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease and needed help running the Western Auto store in Myrtle Creek that he had owned since 1951. The son returned and helped his dad in the store at 225 First St. In 1975, Bob Hall retired and Steve Hall became the owner. “We’ve made a living out of it,” Steve Hall said. “Everything worked out all right. Dad needed my help. I’d like to be …
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